Materials for July 31, 2018 8:30 a.m. Texas Workforce Commission Public Meeting

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Meeting Materials for Agenda Items with Supporting Documents

Materials for the Texas Workforce Commission public policy meeting scheduled for: July 31, 2018

Agenda Item #8 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Legislative Appropriations Request, Funding Priorities, Staffing Levels, Performance Measures, and Related Issues
Randy Townsend and Chris Nelson

Agenda Item #9 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Local Workforce Development Area Performance Measures and Targets for Board Contract Years 2018 and 2019
Adam Leonard

Agenda Item #10 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding the Acknowledgement of Gifts and Donations of $500 or More in Value Given to the Texas Workforce Commission in Accordance with Section 302.021 of the Texas Labor Code and Chapter 575 of the Texas Government Code
Les Trobman and Nicole Oria

Agenda Item #11 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Recommended Changes to the Vocational Rehabilitation Standards for Providers, Chapter 3.2, Insurance Requirements
Cheryl Fuller and Claudia Peden

Agenda Item #12 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Adoption of New Rules Relating to the Independent Living Services for Older Individuals Who Are Blind Program 40 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) Chapter 853 Previously Published for Public Comment in the Texas Register on May 4, 2018 (43 TexReg 2722)
Cheryl Fuller and Claudia Peden

Agenda Item #13 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Repeal of Rules Relating to the Purchase of Goods and Services by the Texas Workforce Commission Vocational Rehabilitation Services (40 TAC Chapter 852) Previously Published for Public Comment in the Texas Register on May 4, 2018 (43 TexReg 2721)
Cheryl Fuller and Claudia Peden

Agenda Item #14 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Repeal of Rules Relating to the Criss Cole Rehabilitation Center and Independent Living Services for Older Individuals Who Are Blind Program (40 TAC Chapter 854) Previously Published for Public Comment in the Texas Register on May 4, 2018 (43 TexReg 2729)
Cheryl Fuller and Claudia Peden

Agenda Item #15 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Re-Certification of Community Rehabilitation Programs to Participate in the Purchasing from People with Adoption of Amendments to Existing Rules Relating to the Criss Cole Rehabilitation Center (40 TAC Chapter 856) Previously Published for Public Comment in the Texas Register on May 4, 2018 (43 TexReg 2733)
Cheryl Fuller and Carline Geiger

Agenda Item #16 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Publication for Public Comment of Proposed Rules Relating to Board Oversight Capacity (40 TAC Chapter 802)
Jason Vaden and Joel Mullins

Agenda Item #17 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Adoption of Rules Relating to the Good Cause Process for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment and Training (40 TAC Chapter 813) Previously Published for Public Comment in the Texas Register on May 4, 2018 (43 TexReg 2719)
Jason Vaden and Joel Mullins

Agenda Item #18 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding the Child Care and Development Fund State Plan for Federal Fiscal Years 2019-2021 for Submission to the Administration for Children and Families
Jason Vaden and Joel Mullins

Agenda Item #19 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Publication for Public Comment of Proposed Rules Relating to Child Care Services Rules Related to Texas Rising Star Guidelines (40 TAC Chapter 809)
Jason Vaden and Joel Mullins

Agenda Item #20 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Texas Rising Star Assessor and Mentor Funding
Courtney Arbour and Jason Vaden

Agenda Item #21 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding the Use of Additional Child Care Quality Funds for Local Workforce Development Boards
Courtney Arbour and Jason Vaden

Agenda Item #22 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) Performance Funding Benchmarks for Program Year 2018-2019
Carrie Tupa and Anson Green

Agenda Item #23 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Proposed Amendments to Rules on AEL (40 TAC Chapter 805) to Align Provisions and Definitions with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title II, Clarify Language, Delete Obsolete Terms, and Extend the Allowable Terms of AEL Advisory Committee Members
Carrie Tupa and Anson Green

Agenda Item #24 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Proposed Rules Relating to Section 800.2 Definition of AEL and Section 800.78 Relating to Midyear Deobligation of AEL Funds (40 TAC Chapter 800)
Carrie Tupa and Anson Green

Agenda Item #25 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Approval of Local Workforce Development Board Nominees
Cam Bell and Richard Woessner

Agenda Item #26 - Discussion, Consideration and Possible Action Regarding Statewide Initiatives Funded with WIOA, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), AEL, Child Care or Other State Level Funds
Jason Vaden

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